I'm surte this is quite a simple task ... for someone expert
I see I can export Record content using a Variable as the new filename for the exported file.
I have more than 1200 records in my db and I hope to export 3 fields using one [fieldname: Title] as a filename.
The path for my db is as follows
file:/Macintosh HD/Users/Claudio/Documents/Synch Test Copy Copy.fmp12
Thanks a lot
I have a small issue with an export on a network path. Generally the path is alive, but very rarely it can happen that is not reachable. When not reachable, you'll get the error message from FileMaker that file can not be created .... (error code = 800). Since this dialog box can not be suppressed by Error Capture =On, the script will stop there until someone goes and clicks on the OK button of the message.
Was wondering, is there a way to check if the path is reachable, and if it is not reachable then to exit script?
Thank you, Toni
Suppose I have a column of numbers in a text field and I wish to export that field. What happens is that only the last number of the column gets exported. If, on the other hand, I separate each number by a comma, one after the other (not in a column), the export function works: all numbers are exported. The problem is that some other applications cannot easily read a comma-delimited text file--they prefer to read a column of numbers. So: is there any way to export a column of numbers (contained within one text field) to the disk?
I have a table with changing fields created by sql. So i could have 2 or 50 different fields on the same table.
Il would like to export all of this so 2 when there is only 2 , etc to Excel without manging export function from my script.
I would like to export all not depending numbers of fields.
Is it possible ? (sorry for my english)
By the Otter
I’ve got a FM16 system that converts raw data (dimensions, etc.) into a SVG floor plan and elevations in the Web Viewer. However, my boss now needs me to use this same data to generate a DXF for integration with another system. Has anyone had experience doing this? I’ve been reviewing the DXF specifications, and it seems unfortunately nontrivial to me. Any guidance would be appreciated.
Thanks so much!